Remember when Monolith released a title update for Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor last month and we didn’t know what it was for? We all assumed it had something to do with carrying over game save data from Shadow of Mordor to the sequel, Middle-earth: Shadow of War. Well, it turns out we might be right.
In a press release, Monolith has announced the “Nemesis Forge,” which is an update for Shadow of Mordor that will allow players to bring their nemesis and top follower from Mordor to War.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment today announced the Nemesis Forge, a new update for Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor that will allow a player to bring their top Nemesis and Follower from Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor to Middle-earth: Shadow of War when it releases on October 10, 2017. In Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, players created countless personal stories of revenge through the unique enemies and allies generated by the Nemesis System. With the Nemesis Forge, these stories continue in Middle-earth: Shadow of War by importing a returning player’s arch Nemesis from Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, while also identifying a player’s most loyal Orc follower, who can help fight and defend against Sauron’s forces. The Nemesis Forge is now available for Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Steam.
Haven’t played Shadow of Mordor yet? Warner Bros. has you covered in that area, too! Starting today, gamers will be able to buy Shadow of Mordor at 80 percent off on the PlayStation Store! This deal lasts until July 11, so yeah, you just have a few days to make the plunge and I suggest you do. I mean, there’s a reason why that game won our 2014 Game of the Year.
Middle-earth: Shadow of War will make its way out this October 10 on the PS4, Xbox One and PC. Go read our preview from E3 2017 right now to find out why it was included in the Game Critics’ Best of E3 2017 list.